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Phonogram s A phonogram is a single letter or a fixed combination of two, three or  four letters, which is the symbol for one sound in a given word.  There are 70 common phonograms in the English language. Of the  thousand words we use most often, about 93% are phonetic or follow  the rules of spelling. The seventy common phonograms should be so well learned that in  any written word they will stand out as a series of sounds and not  merely as a series of letters. Symbol —(n.) Something that represents something else by association,  resemblance, or convention, especially a material object used to 
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Unformatted text preview: represent something invisible ( Common words soon come to be recognized as symbols which represent ideas, without the need of separating their component phonograms for reading….True spelling is writing from the spoken word. This is the way of thinking which everyone must use to write a sentence…. Two-thirds of the phonograms have only one sound. Eleven phonograms have two sounds and ten have three sounds. The Writing Road to Reading , Spalding the 70 phonograms b e h i j k l m n p r t u v w x y z...
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